CURRICULUM VITAE
                    Paul Christopher LaStayo
                520 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah 84108
 ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

POSITIONS- University Appointments

5/03-present                UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
                 ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

                           Training Faculty: NIH (NINDS) Arizona State-Wide Training Program in
    ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

4/07           PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON
               Spokane, WA
               ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

                                      Clinical application of eccentric work

5/98                  ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07



CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

7/03-present           UNIVERSITY OF UTAH
                       Salt Lake Ci...
LaStayo
updated 1/07



RESEARCH GRANTS

2007-’12       NIH- National Institute of Aging. Reducing falls with RENEW in old...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

               cruciate ligament reconstruction. PI $31,092 (total costs) 2/05 NOT FUNDED

2005-’06 ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


1994-'95       Research Development Award, University of Florida: A three-dimensional ergonomic
   ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


RESEARCH PAPER/PRESENTATION AWARDS

4/06     Mary Lipscomb Hamrick Research Abstract Award-United S...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


REFEREED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS

Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble L, Greis P, Burks R, LaStayo PC: Eff...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

M419-M424, 2003

Chan S, LaStayo PC: Hand Therapy Management Following Mutilating Hand Injuries. Han...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

LaStayo PC, Howell J: Clinical provocative tests used in evaluating wrist pain: A descriptive study....
LaStayo
updated 1/07


CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Falkenstein N, LaStayo PC, Weiss S: Wrist. In Falkenstein N, Weiss-Lessard S: Ha...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


MANUSCRIPTS and CHAPTERS in REVIEW, REVISION or PREPARATION

LaStayo PC, McDonagh P, Napoles P, Bar...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


REFEREED SCIENTIFIC PAPER & POSTER ABSTRACTS

2/07     American Physical Therapy Association-Combin...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


11/05    58th Annual Meeting of the American Gerontological Society of America. New Orleans. Marcus...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


10/04    American Physiologic Society-Intersociety Conference: Integrative Biology of Exercise, Aus...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

         Eccentric Exercise as a Countermeasure in Cardiac Rehabilitation

9/01     International Ol...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


9/94     American Society of Hand Therapists 1994 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. LaStayo PC,
    ...
LaStayo
updated 1/07

APPOINTED EDITORIAL POSITIONS

2006             Editor-in-Chief: Journal of Hand Therapy (Start Date...
LaStayo
updated 1/07


NATIONAL POSITIONS, ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR SURGERY OF THE HAND
    ...
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  1. 1. CURRICULUM VITAE Paul Christopher LaStayo 520 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, Utah 84108 (801) 971-9298, email: paul.lastayo@health.utah.edu EDUCATION 1/01-8/01 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, COLLEGE of MEDICINE Tucson, AZ Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship-Sarver Heart Center 6/95-5/00 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY Flagstaff, AZ Ph.D. in Biology Design Physiology and Functional Morphology. Research Area: Eccentric muscular work: Structural, functional and electrical implications. Advisor: Stan Lindstedt, Ph.D 5/94-5/95 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Non-matriculated status: graduate motor control and biomechanics 6/86-6/88 HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY, GRADUATE SCHOOL Philadelphia, PA Masters degree in Physical Therapy. Academic and clinical honors. Research Area: The Effects of Manual Passive Stretching on Adhesive Capsulitis of the Shoulder. 8/84-12/85 COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY Fort Collins, CO Non-matriculated status: undergraduate physical sciences 8/80-6/84 THE COLORADO COLLEGE Colorado Springs, CO Bachelor of Arts in Physical Anthropology.
  2. 2. LaStayo updated 1/07 POSITIONS- University Appointments 5/03-present UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Salt Lake City, UT Associate Professor- DIVISION OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Adjunct Associate Professor- DEPT of ORTHOPEDICS DIV of EXERCISE and SPORT SCIENCE Teaching Roles: PHTH 6140—Diagnostic Testing and Imaging for PT PHTH 6130—Pharmacotherapeutics PHTH 6220—Orthopedics Med Lectures PHTH 6800 --Graduate Seminar N7040--Data Collection Methods ESS 6380--Muscle Physiology ESS 6850--Graduate Seminar PhD Students Present Master’s Degree students: EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCES Aleksandar Tomas PhD students and Highlights: EXERCISE AND SPORT SCIENCES: J. Parry Gerber-2006: -Graduate Student Research Award-College of Health Whitney Meier-present -Mary McMillan Award-APTA 6/00-Present UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, DEPT CARDIOLOGY SARVER HEART CENTER Tucson, AZ Adjunct Appointment 6/03-Present THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY Sydney Australia Honorary Associate; PhD Advisor- Rosemary Prosser 1/97-5/00 MCP HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY Philadelphia, PA Graduate Committee (Post-Professional)- Program in Orthopedic PT 8/00-5/03 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY Flagstaff, AZ Assistant Professor -DEPT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Entry-level & Post-professional Doctorate in Physical Therapy program Other Department Graduate Student Committee/Mentor: DEPT of EXERCISE SCIENCE MS students: Walter Kanlani-2003, Christina Henrichs-2003 DEPT of BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES MS students: Mike Urquhart-2002, Kyle Flann-2006, Robert Murline PhD students: Trude Reich-2003, Laura Krebs 11/01-5/03 UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA Tucson, AZ 2
  3. 3. LaStayo updated 1/07 Training Faculty: NIH (NINDS) Arizona State-Wide Training Program in Neuroscience (UA, ASU, NAU, Barrows Neurological Institute), Stuart PI 9/95-6/99 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY Flagstaff, AZ Clinical Instructor -DEPT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY 1997 (Entry-level) Musculoskeletal Therapeutics 1995-1996, 1998-1999 (Entry-level) Musculoskeletal Therapeutics 1995-1999 (Entry-level) Hand and UE 5/93-6/95 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Instructor (full-time) COLLEGE OF HEALTH RELATED PROFESSIONS- DEPT PHYSICAL THERAPY 1993-1995 (Entry-level) Basic Skills,Ther Ex, Musculoskeletal Eval, Orthopaedics 1993-1995 (Entry-level) Kinesiology 1994-1995 (Graduate/post-professional) Biomechanics 2/91-5/93 a) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Clinical Instructor COLLEGE OF MEDICINE, DEPT ORTHOPAEDICS Hand/upper extremity orthopaedics b) UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA Gainesville, FL Clinical Instructor DEPT OF PHYSICAL THERAPY Anatomy, kinesiology 12/89-1/91 PUEBLO COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSISTANT PROGRAM Pueblo, CO Clinical Instructor Musculoskeletal tract TEACHING EXPERIENCE- Continuing Education Appointments 1/88-present CURRENT CLINICAL CONCEPTS Radnor, PA Faculty, continuing education courses in anatomy, biomechanics orthopaedics, manual therapy and modalities INVITED FACULTY and KEYNOTE SPEAKER (selected highlights) 3/92-presenter AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HAND THERAPISTS Chicago, IL Faculty and Scientific Session Moderator 3/92-present HAND REHABILITATION FOUNDATION Philadelphia, PA Faculty, Surgery and Rehabilitation of the Hand ‘93,’02,’04,’06 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR HAND SURGERY Chicago, IL Therapy Specialty Day Annual Mtg (Chair and Presenter) 3
  4. 4. LaStayo updated 1/07 4/07 PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION OF WASHINGTON Spokane, WA Invited Speaker 10/06 AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Virginia Beach, VA Invited Speaker 3/06 AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION-COMBINED SECTIONS MEETING San Diego, CA Hand Section Symposia 2/06 TETON HAND and UPPER EXTREMITY CONFERENCE Jackson Hole, WY Faculty 11/05 INTERNATIONAL ORTHOPAEDICS, BIOMECHANICS AND SPORTS REHAB CONGRESS Assisi, Italy Faculty 5/04 DREXEL UNIVERSITY Philadelphia, PA Keynote: College of Nursing and Health Professions-Scholarship Day 11/03 AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDICINE Southwest Regional Chapter- Las Vegas, NV Positive Aspects of Negative Work 4/02 ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY NSF-IGERT Interdisciplinary Program in Neural and Musculoskeletal Adaptations in Form and Function Tempe, AZ Muscle operating as springs and shocks 10/01 ARIZONA PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION STATE MTG Phoeniz, AZ Ulnar Wrist Pain: an algorithmic approach 9/01 EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CARDIOLOGY - XXIII Congress Stockholm, Sweden Eccentric Exercise as a Countermeasure in Cardiac Rehabilitation 9/99 UNIV OF ARIZONA “Doings Lecture in Motor Control” Tucson, AZ Eccentric Muscle Activation Patterns 5/99 FLORIDA HAND SOCIETY Fort Lauderdale, FL Keynote Address: The Dose/Response Dilemma 6/98 UNIVERSITY OF BERN, DEPT OF ANATOMY Bern, Switzerland Eccentric muscle physiology 6/98 UNIVERSITY OF STRASBOURG, DEPT OF MEDICINE Strasbourg, France 4
  5. 5. LaStayo updated 1/07 Clinical application of eccentric work 5/98 INTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF SOCIETIES FOR HAND THERAPY- FOURTH CONGRESS Vancouver, Canada Clinical Evaluation and Treatment Wrist 1/98 ROCKY MOUNTAIN HAND SURGERY SOCIETY Denver, CO Keynote Address **I have been the invited speaker at various regional/state/national and international meetings, Universities, government and private - rehabilitation and business institutions. Topics (not limited to): orthopaedic evaluation and treatment, muscle physiology and functional morphology, physical modalities, anatomy, biomechanics, workman's compensation, injury prevention. The above is a partial listing. 5
  6. 6. LaStayo updated 1/07 CLINICAL EXPERIENCE 7/03-present UNIVERSITY OF UTAH Salt Lake City, UT Hand/upper quarter and orthopaedic physical therapy consultant 8/00-5/03 NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY Flagstaff, AZ Hand/upper quarter physical therapy 6/95-6/00 DeROSA PHYSICAL THERAPY, P.C. Flagstaff, AZ Hand/upper quadrant physical therapy 2/91-6/95 UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA, DEPARTMENT OF ORTHOPAEDICS, COLLEGE OF MEDICINE Gainesville, FL Hand/upper quadrant rehab, teaching and research 3/89-1/91 THE INSTITUTE FOR HAND REHABILITATION Colorado Springs, CO Upper quadrant orthopaedic rehabilitation 7/88-3/89 ROSE REHABILITATION, P.C. Colorado Springs, CO General orthopaedic and neurologic rehab CLINICAL SPECIALTY CERTIFICATION 11/93-present HAND THERAPY CERTIFICATION COMMITTEE San Francisco, CA Certified Hand Therapist 6
  7. 7. LaStayo updated 1/07 RESEARCH GRANTS 2007-’12 NIH- National Institute of Aging. Reducing falls with RENEW in older individuals who have fallen. PI: 40% time. R01 $2,595,846 (total costs) SUBMITTED 2/07 2007-’10 NIH- National Institute of Nerological Disorders and Stroke. Resistance Training and dopamine replacement effects on hypokinesia in people with Parkinson Disease. Co-I: 5% (Dibble-PI). R15 $224,250 (total costs) SUBMITTED 10/06 2007-’08 University of Utah- Center for Contemporary Rehabilitation, Research, Education and Practice. An exploratory study of the effects on insulin sensitivity following a combined aerobic and high intensity resistance training program for individuals with type 2 diabetes. Co-I: (Smith and Marcus-PI) $5,000. FUNDED 2007-’09 Arthritis Foundation- Arthritis Investigator Award. Long-Term Weakness and Mobility Limitations after TKA: The Effect of RENEW. PI $149,637 NOT FUNDED 8/06 2006-’07 University of Utah- Center for Contemporary Rehabilitation Research, Education and Practice. Eccentric resistance exercise in prostate cancer survivors: Does androgen deprivation therapy mitigate training effects? Co-PI $7,000. FUNDED 2006-present University of Utah-General Clinical Research Center. The RENEW database, data management, bioinformatics and biostatistics project. Co-PI. FUNDED 2006-’10 NIH- National Institute of Aging. RENEW: An intervention to reverse muscle loss in the most vulnerable elderly. PI: 50% time subcontract to University of Arizona (Lindstedt PI), R01. $1,938,527 (total costs) NOT FUNDED. 2006-‘08 NIH- National Cancer Institute. 1R21 CA114523-01A1. A RENEW intervention for elderly cancer survivors. PI: 25-35% time, R21 $411,125 (total costs). FUNDED 2006-’10 NIH- National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases R01. Muscle strength and insulin sensitivity post-transplant. PI: 10% time Utah subcontract to Univ Illinois-Chicago, $186,850 (total costs) NOT FUNDED 2005-‘10 NIH- National Institute of Aging (Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology Program-Geriatrics Branch). Increasing muscle function in cardio-pulmonary patients, PI: 50% time subcontract to University of Arizona (Lindstedt PI), R01. $751,291 (direct costs) NOT FUNDED. 2005-06 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, PP1150: High Force, low-cost Resistance Training in Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis. PI: 5% time $44,000 FUNDED 2005-06 American Parkinson’s Disease Association. Effects of strength training on balance in elderly with Parkinson’s disease using an in-shoe mobile gait device. Co-I: 10% time (PI: S Bamberg-Mechanical Engineering) $50,000 (total costs) FUNDED 2006-07 National Parkinson’s Disease Foundation. Neurologic and Hypertrophic Augmentation of Muscle Force in Persons with PD. The role of resistance training. Co-PI $40,000 NOT FUNDED 2005-‘07 The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease for Parkinson’s Disease. Eccentric exercise effects on sarcopenia, function, and quality of life in persons with PD. Co-PI, $245,250 (total costs), 2/05 NOT FUNDED 2005-‘06 National Athletic Trainers Association Association. The effect of a high intensity resistance intervention on muscle structure, strength, and function following anterior 7
  8. 8. LaStayo updated 1/07 cruciate ligament reconstruction. PI $31,092 (total costs) 2/05 NOT FUNDED 2005-’06 American Physical Therapy Association, Orthopedic Section Clinical Research Grant. Eccentric resistance following ACL reconstruction: Can improvements in muscle size, strength and function be amplified in the early postoperative period? Co-PI: 10% time, $9,500 (total costs) 11/04 FUNDED 2005-06 University of Utah- Dean’s Incentive Grant-College of Health. The development and testing of an in-shoe mobile gait assessment device: An interdisciplinary and interdepartmental collaboration, PI: 5% time $7,500 (total costs) FUNDED 2005-06 University of Utah-Funding Incentive Seed Grant. High-force, low-cost resistance exercise for elderly total knee joint recipients. PI. 10% time $34,808 (total costs). FUNDED 2004-‘05 University of Utah-Research Instrumentation Grant (for motion analysis equipment. PI, $60,000 (total costs) FUNDED 2001-’05 NIH-National Institute of Aging (Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology Program-Geriatrics Branch) R21-AG18701-01A1: High Force Eccentric Exercise for Sarcopenia. Lindstedt SL and LaStayo PC, CO-PI. $249,171 FUNDED 2004-‘09 NIH- National Institute of Aging (Geriatrics and Clinical Gerontology Program-Geriatrics Branch). Increasing muscle function in cardio-pulmonary patients, PI, RO1. $2,964,455 (direct costs). NOT FUNDED 2004-05 Foundation for Physical Therapy Research Grant-Geriatrics Section Endowment Fund. Eccentric Exercise Effects on Sarcopenia, Function, and Quality of Life in Persons with Parkinson Disease. Co-PI, $40,000 FUNDED 2004-05 University of Utah Research Foundation-Funding Incentive Seed Grant. The Effects of Chronic Eccentric Training on Sarcopenia and Function in persons with Parkinson’s Disease, Co-PI, $27,000 FUNDED 2003-05 NIH-National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases RO3 AR049362-01. High Muscle Forces to Counter Fall-Related Hip Fractures, PI. $196,731 NOT FUNDED. 2004-05 Northern Arizona University-Proposition 301 (Biological Sciences Dept) Role of muscle damage in muscle remodeling. Lindstedt SL and LaStayo PC, CO-PI. $15,000 FUNDED 2003-08 University of Arizona’s General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) Award. Increasing muscle function in cardio-pulmonary patients, PI. FUNDED. 2001-’03 Northern Arizona University-Proposition 301 (Biological Sciences Dept): Eccentric Exercise for the At-Risk Elderly. Lindstedt SL and LaStayo PC, CO-PI. $56,000 FUNDED 2001 Northern Arizona University-Intramural Grant Program: Muscles Operating as Shocks and Springs $14,930 NOT FUNDED 2000-01 NASA-National Space Biomedical Research Institute: Eccentric exercise to preserve bone and muscle mass. $713,376 NOT FUNDED 2000-01 NIH-Earth-based research relevant to the space environment: high-force eccentric exercise for muscle and bone. $652,833 NOT FUNDED 2000-’01 American Association for Surgery of the Hand: Weiss S, LaStayo PC, CO-PI, Soft vs hard splints for first CMC joint osteoarthritis: A subjective, objective and radiographic assessment. $3,875 FUNDED 8
  9. 9. LaStayo updated 1/07 1994-'95 Research Development Award, University of Florida: A three-dimensional ergonomic and functional assessment of wrist range of motion and grip strength. $19,000 FUNDED 1992-'93 American Association for Surgery of the Hand: Dynamic grip strength with proximal row carpectomies or limited carpal fusions. $10,000 FUNDED 1992-'93 University of Florida, Department of Orthopaedics: The effect of forearm rotation on grip strength in patients TFCC tears. $1,000 FUNDED FELLOWSHIPS and AWARDS 2006 New Investigator Award-College of Health, University of Utah 2004 Distinguished Alumni Award-College of Nursing and Health Professions, Drexel University (formerly MCP Hahnemann University) 2000-’01 Foundation for Physical Therapy- New Investigator Fellowship Training Initiative (NIFTI) Post-Doctoral Fellowship, University of Arizona College of Medicine-Dept of Cardiology. $30,000 2000 Outstanding Graduate Student Paper Award: Department of Biological Sciences at Northern Arizona University. $125 1999-‘00 Foundation for Physical Therapy Doctoral Fellowship (PODS 2), $15,000 1999 Emeritus Faculty Outstanding Graduate Student Award Department of Biological Sciences at Northern Arizona University. $100 1996-'99 Achievement Reward for College Scientists (ARCS Foundation Inc) Scholar. $22,500 1998 Awarded Most Outstanding ARCS Scholar 1998-1999. $2,000 1996-'98 American Physical Therapy Association Doctoral Scholarship Award. $28,250 1996-'97 American Heart Assoc graduate student research award. $5000 9
  10. 10. LaStayo updated 1/07 RESEARCH PAPER/PRESENTATION AWARDS 4/06 Mary Lipscomb Hamrick Research Abstract Award-United States Army. Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Greis PE, Burks RT, LaStayo PC. The effects of an eccentric intervention on muscle morphology following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. 9/02 American Society of Hand Therapists Petzoldt Award winner for innovative research in hand therapy. Lee M, LaStayo PC, vonKersberg AE: A Supination Splint Worn Distal to the Elbow: A Radiologic, Electromyographic, and Retrospective Report 9/01 International Olympic Committee World Congress on Sport Sciences, Salt Lake City, UT. LaStayo PC, Johns R, McDonagh P and Lindstedt SL: High-force eccentric exercise for sarcopenia. Finalist for the Prince Alexandre de Merode Award at the 6th IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, Salt Lake City, Utah. 9/01 Best Young Author Award presented by Journal of Hand Therapy to Weiss S. Co-Authors LaStayo PC, Mills A, Bramlet D: Prospective Analysis of splinting the first carpometacarpal joint: An objective, subjective and radiographic assessement. J Hand Ther. 13:218-226, 2000. 10/00 American Society of Hand Therapists Petzoldt Award winner for innovative research in hand therapy. LaStayo PC, Weiss S: The GRIT: A quantitative measure of ulnar impaction syndrome 10/00 American Society of Hand Therapists Award for Best Scientific Paper. LaStayo PC, Weiss S: The GRIT: A quantitative measure of ulnar impaction syndrome 9/99 American Society of Hand Therapists Award for Best Scientific Paper. Weiss S, LaStayo PC, Mills A, Bramlet D: Splinting first CMC joint osteoarthritis: A subjective, objective and radiographic assessment. 9/98 American Society of Hand Therapists Petzoldt Award winner for innovative research in hand therapy. LaStayo PC, Hartzel J: Dynamic vs static grip strength.Why it is a more functional measure and how to test it. 9/94 American Society of Hand Therapists Award for Best Scientific Paper. LaStayo PC, Howell J: Clinical provocative tests used in evaluating wrist pain: A descriptive study. 10/93 American Society of Hand Therapists Petzoldt Award winner for innovative research in hand therapy. Flowers KR, LaStayo PC: Effects of total end range time (TERT) on joint stiffness. TEACHING HONORS and AWARDS 2005 Technology Assisted Curriculum Center Fellowship-University of Utah, $5000 ’01-’02 Teacher of the Year-Dept of Physical Therapy- Northern Arizona University ‘00-’01 Outstanding Faculty Nominee Physical Therapy 1st year Class- Northern Arizona University 1995 Teaching Excellence Award Nominee- University of Florida 10
  11. 11. LaStayo updated 1/07 REFEREED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble L, Greis P, Burks R, LaStayo PC: Effects of early progressive eccentric exercise on muscle structure after anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. J Bone Joint Surg (March ’07 in press). Flowers KR, LaStayo PC: A case of ulnar positive variance found on X-ray. J Hand Ther (April-June ’07 in press). Prosser R, Herbert R, LaStayo PC: Current practice in the diagnosis and treatment of carpal instability - Results of a survey of Australian hand therapists. J Hand Ther (in press). Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble L, Greis P, Burks R, LaStayo PC: Safety, feasibility and efficacy of negative work exercise via eccentric muscle activity following anterior crucuate ligament reconstruction. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther 37:10-18, 2007 Doyle C, LaStayo PC, Damore D: A Silicone Splint To Prevent Diving Injuries of the Thumb. J Hand Ther Oct- Dec;19(4):425-9, 2006 Dibble L, Hale TF, Marcus RL, Droge J, Gerber JP, LaStayo PC: The Safety and Feasibility of a High Intensity Negative Work Exercise Regime in Persons with Parkinson’s Disease. Arch Phys Med Rehabil 87:1280-1282, 2006. Dibble L, Hale TF, Marcus RL, Droge J, Gerber JP, LaStayo PC: High Intensity Resistance Training Amplifies Muscle Hypertrophy and Functional Gains in Persons with Parkinson Disease. Movement Disorders 21:1444-1452, 2006. LaStayo PC, Lee M: The forearm complex: anatomy, biomechanics and clinical considerations. J Hand Ther 19:137-145, 2006 Gerber, JP, Marcus RL, Dibble L, Greis P, LaStayo PC: Early Application of Negative Work via Eccentric Ergometry Following Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Case Report. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther: 36(5): 298-307 2006. LaStayo PC: Comments from a Hand Therapist on "Ulna oblique osteotomy for radius and ulna length inequality technique and applications" Techniques in Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery 10(2):100-102, 2006. Weiss S, LaStayo PC, Mills A. Bramlet D: Splinting the degenerative basal joint: custom-made, or pre- fabricated neoprene? J Hand Ther 17: 401-407, 2004. Lee M, LaStayo PC, Pronator Syndrome and other Nerve Compressions that Mimic Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther, 34: 601-609, 2004. LaStayo PC, Woolf JM, Lewek MD, Snyder-Mackler L, Reich T, Lindstedt S: Eccentric muscle contractions: Their contribution to injury, prevention, rehabilitation, and sport. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther 33:557-571, 2003. Note: this was the featured paper in a special issue on preventative sports medicine Lee M, LaStayo PC, vonKersberg AE: A Supination Splint Worn Distal to the Elbow: A Radiologic, Electromyographic, and Retrospective Report. J Hand Ther 16:190-198, 2003 Meyer K, Steiner R, LaStayo PC, Lippuner K, Allemann Y, Eberli, JP. Schmid,, Saner S, Hoppeler H: Eccentric exercise in coronary patients: Central hemodynamic and metabolic responses. Med Sci Sports Exerc. 35(7):1076-1083. 2003 LaStayo PC, Winters K, Hardy M: Fracture healing: bone healing, fracture management, and current concepts related to the hand. J Hand Ther. 2003 Apr-Jun;16(2):81-93. LaStayo PC, Ewy G, Pierotti D, Johns R, Lindstedt SL: The positive effects of negative work: Increased muscle strength and decreased fall risk in a frail-elderly population. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci 58: 11
  12. 12. LaStayo updated 1/07 M419-M424, 2003 Chan S, LaStayo PC: Hand Therapy Management Following Mutilating Hand Injuries. Hand Clin 19:133-148, 2003. Lindstedt SL, LaStayo PC, Reich TE: When active muscles lengthen: properties and consequences of eccentric contractions. News Physiol Sci 16:256-261, 2001 Michlovitz S, LaStayo PC, Alzner S, Watson E: Distal radius fractures: therapy practice patterns. J Hand Ther, 14:249-257, 2001 LaStayo PC, Weiss S: The GRIT: A quantitative measure of ulnar impaction syndrome. J Hand Ther, 14:173-179, 2001 Alba CD, LaStayo PC: Postoperative management of functionally restrictive muscular adherence, a corollary to surgical tenolysis. J Hand Ther, 14:43-50, 2001. Flowers KR, Stephens-Chisar J, LaStayo PC, Galanate, BL: Intrarater reliability of a new method and instrumentation for measuring passive supination and pronation: a preliminary study. J Hand Ther. 14:30-35, 2001. LaStayo PC, Pierotti DJ, Pifer J, Hoppeler H, Lindstedt SL: Eccentric ergometry: Increases in locomotor muscle size and strength at low training intensities. Am J Physiol (Regulatory Integrative Comp Physiol). 278:R1282-1288, 2000. Reich TE, Lindstedt SL, LaStayo PC, Pierotti D: Are muscle springs plastic ? Am J Physiol (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 278:R1661-1666, 2000. Weiss S, LaStayo PC, Mills A, Bramlet D: Prospective Analysis of splinting the first carpometacarpal joint: An objective, subjective and radiographic assessement. J Hand Ther. 13:218-226, 2000. LaStayo PC, Hartzel J: Dynamic vs static grip strength: How grip strength changes when moving the wrist and why dynamic grip strength may be a more functional measurement. J Hand Ther. 12:212-218, 1999. LaStayo PC, Reich TE, Urquhart M, Hoppeler H, and Lindstedt SL: Chronic eccentric exercise: improvements in muscle strength can occur with little demand for oxygen. Am J Physiol (Regulatory Integrative Comp. Physiol. 45(N2):R611-R615, Feb 1999. Dockery ML, Wright TW, LaStayo PC: EMG of the shoulder: An analysis of passive modes of exercise. Orthopedics. 21:1181-1184, 1998 Thomas RG, LaStayo, PC ,Hoppeler H, Favier R, Ferretti G, Kayser B, Desplanches D, Spielvogel H and Lindstedt SL: Exercise training in chronic hypoxia has no effect on ventilatory muscle function in humans. Respir. Physiol. 112:195-202, 1998. LaStayo PC, Wright T, Jaffe R, Hartzel J: Continuous passive motion after repair of the rotator cuff: A prospective outcome study. J Bone Joint Surg 80-A (7): 1002-1011, 1998. LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL: The effect of high altitude on the ventilatory muscles. Acta Andina VI(2):29-35; 1997. LaStayo PC, Chidgey LC: The mysterious wrist. J Hand Ther 9:81-83, 1996 Jaffe R, Chidgey L, LaStayo PC: The distal radioulnar joint: Anatomy and management of disorders. J Hand Ther 9:129-138, 1996. LaStayo PC, Chidgey L, Miller G: A quantitative analysis of the relationship between forearm rotation and dynamic grip strength: preliminary results. Ann Plast Surg, 35:191-196 Aug 1995. 12
  13. 13. LaStayo updated 1/07 LaStayo PC, Howell J: Clinical provocative tests used in evaluating wrist pain: A descriptive study. J Hand Ther, 8(1): 10-17,1995. Flowers KR, LaStayo PC: Effect of total end range time on improving passive range of motion. J Hand Ther, 7(3): 150-157, 1994. LaStayo PC, Jaffe R: Assessment and management of shoulder stiffness. A biomechanical approach. J Hand Ther, 7(2): 122-130, 1994. LaStayo PC, Wheeler D: Goniometric reliability of passive wrist range of motion. A multicenter study. Phys Ther, 74(2):162-176, 1994. LaStayo PC, Flowers KR: Torque and the quantification of joint stiffness. J Burn Care and Rehab, 13(1):118-119, 1992. 13
  14. 14. LaStayo updated 1/07 CHAPTERS IN BOOKS Falkenstein N, LaStayo PC, Weiss S: Wrist. In Falkenstein N, Weiss-Lessard S: Hand Rehabilitation: A Quick Reference Guide and Review. 2nd Ed. St Louis, Mosby, p 141-161 2004 . LaStayo PC, Michlovitz S: The Wrist and Hand. In Kolt GS, Snyder-Mackler L (eds), Physical Therapies in Sport and Exercise. Edinburgh, Churchill Livingstone, 321-348, 2003. LaStayo PC: Functional Anatomy and Assessment of the Wrist. Conolly WB, Prosser R (eds): Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Limb-Surgery and Therapy, Butterworth, 109-118, 2002. Cass R, LaStayo, PC: Continuous Passive Motion and the Upper Extremity: Why, When and How. In Mackin, Callahan, Skirven, Schneider, Osterman (Eds), Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity. 5th ed. Philadelphia, PA, CV Mosby Co. 1764-1778, 2002. LaStayo PC: Ulnar Wrist Pain and Impairment: A Therapist’s Algorithmic Approach to the Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex. In Mackin EJ, Callahan AD, Skirven TM, Schneider LH and Osterman AL (eds), Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity 5th Ed: Mosby, Philadelphia, PA, 1156-1170, 2002. Ross R, LaStayo PC: Clinical Assessment of Pain. In Van Deusen J, Brunt D (Eds): Assessment in Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy. Phila, WB Saunders, 123-133, 1997. LaStayo PC: Continuous Passive Motion and the Upper Extremity. In Hunter, Schneider, Mackin, Callahan (Eds), Rehabilitation of the Hand: Surgery and Therapy. 4th ed. Philadelphia, PA, CV Mosby Co. 1545-1560, 1995. INVITED COMMENTARY, FORWARDS LaStayo PC: Editorial: The quest for the optimal dose: too much, not enough, just right. J Hand Ther, 18:4: 399, 2005 LaStayo PC: Editorial: Specialization needs collaboration. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther, 34:9, 2004 LaStayo PC: Invited Commentary pp 94-96 on Maloney Backstrom K: Mobilization with movement as an adjunct intervention in a patient with complicated De Quervain’s Tenosnovitis: A case report. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther 32:86-94, 2002 LaStayo PC: Forward. In Falkenstein N, Weiss-Lessard S: Hand Rehabilitation: A Quick Reference Guide and Review. St Louis, Mosby, 1999. 14
  15. 15. LaStayo updated 1/07 MANUSCRIPTS and CHAPTERS in REVIEW, REVISION or PREPARATION LaStayo PC, McDonagh P, Napoles P, Bartholomew A, Lindstedt SL: Elderly patients and high force resistance exercise: a descriptive report of whether an anabolic, muscle growth response can occur without a muscle damage or inflammatory response. J Geriatric Phys Ther. (in review) LaStayo, PC, Pifer J, Pierotti DJ and SL Lindstedt: EMG adaptations elicited by sub-maximal work in those naïve-to and in those adapted-to eccentric exercise. J Strength Cond Res. (in review) Flann K, LaStayo PC, McClain DA, Hazel M, Lindstedt SL: The role of muscle damage in muscle remodeling: no pain, no gain? J Appl Physiol (in review) Marcus RL, LaStayo PC, Dibble LE, Hill L, McClain DA: Does eccentric exercise help or harm post- menopausal women with impaired glucose tolerance? J Gerontol (in review) Reich TE, LaStayo PC, Keim P, Gregorio CC, Jürgens KD, Krebs L, Lindstedt SL: The Locomotor Spring: from Individual Molecule to Whole Organism. J Exp Biol (in revision). Coverdale J, LaStayo PC, Meynarez L: Does a uni-directional dynamic splint effect bi-directional wrist range of motion? J Hand Ther (in revision) Meier W, Mizner R, LaStayo PC: Total knee replacement: muscle impairments, functional limitations, and the related rehabilitation approaches. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther (in preparation) Murline R, LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL: Uncoupling of respiratory and locomotor muscles. J Appl Physiol (in preparation) 15
  16. 16. LaStayo updated 1/07 REFEREED SCIENTIFIC PAPER & POSTER ABSTRACTS 2/07 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, Atlanta. LaStayo PC, Flann K, Lindstedt SL, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, McClain D. Skeletal muscle’s anabolic and growth response: Is muscle damage a pre-requisite? 2/07 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, Atlanta. Meier WA, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Peters CL, LaStayo PC: Strength training improves muscle strength, power, volume and overall mobility one year following total knee replacement. 10/06 American Physiologic Society-Intersociety Conference: “Comparative Physiology 2006: Integrating Diversity”, Virginia Beach. LaStayo PC, Dibble L, Marcus R, Lindstedt S: Negating aging’s negative effects on muscle with negative work 10/06 Third Annual Interdisciplinary Women’s Health Research Symposium, NIH- Bethesda. Marcus RL, Gerber JP, Dibble LE, LaStayo PC: Skeletal muscle hypertrophy: no sex effect with high force resistance training. 9/06 American Physical Therapy Association-Utah State Meeting, Salt Lake City. Meier WA, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Peters CL, LaStayo PC: The impact of strength training on muscle impairments and overall mobility one year following a total knee replacement. 8/06 28th Annual International Conference IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society. Morris SJ, LaStayo PC, Dibble L, Musselman J, Kiran S: New York. Development of a quantitative in- shoe measurement system for assessing balance: sixteen-sensor insoles. 7/06 European College of Sport Science. Lausanne Switzerland. Lindstedt SL, Marcus R, Dibble L, LaStayo PC. The positives of negatives: eccentric training for the elderly. 4/06 Experimental Biology ’06, San Francisco. Flann KF, LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL The role of muscle damage in muscle remodeling: No pain, no gain? FASEB Journal. 2006;20:A397. 4/06 United States Army Mary Lipscomb Hamrick Research Annual Meeting. West Point, NY. Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Greis PE, Burks RT, LaStayo PC. The effects of an eccentric intervention on muscle morphology following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. 2/06 World Congress of Parkinson’s Disease, Washington DC. Dibble LE, Hale T Gerber JP, Droge J Marcus RL, LaStayo PC. High intensity negative work amplifies hypertrophy, functional gains and quality of life in persons with Parkinson’s disease. 2/06 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego. LaStayo PC, Marcus R, Dibble L, Hale T, McClain D. A high-force, low-metabolic-cost resistance intervention: can an anabolic effect occur in a post-menopausal population? 2/06 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego. Marcus R, LaStayo PC Dibble L, Williams D, Hill L, Gerber P, McClain D. Does eccentric exercise help or harm post-menopausal women with impaired glucose tolerance? 2/06 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, San Diego. Droge J, Dibble L, Gerber P, Marcus R, LaStayo PC. Psychometric Properties of Quadriceps Femoris Geometry Calculations via Magnetic Resonance Imaging 11/05 58th Annual Meeting of the American Gerontological Society of America. New Orleans. LaStayo PC, Marcus R, Dibble L, Droge J, Hill L and McClain D. A high-force, low-metabolic-cost resistance intervention: can an anabolic effect occur in a post-menopausal population? Gerontologist, 45, S2: 121, 2005. 16
  17. 17. LaStayo updated 1/07 11/05 58th Annual Meeting of the American Gerontological Society of America. New Orleans. Marcus R, LaStayo PC, Hill L, Dibble L, Droge J and McClain, D. A high-force, low-metabolic-cost resistance intervention: lessening risk factors for CVD in post-menopausal women with impaired glucose tolerance. Gerontologist, 45, S2: 297-298, 2005. 7/05 III STEP: Linking Movement Science and Intervention, Salt Lake City. Dibble LE, Jessop R, LaStayo PC: Quadriceps femoris muscle activation deficits in individuals with mild to moderate Parkinson’s disease. 6/05 BIRCWH- NIH Women’s Health Symposia- Salt Lake City. LaStayo PC, Marcus RL (presenter), Dibble LE, Droge J, Hill L, McClain D: A High-force, low metabolic-cost resistance intervention: Can an anabolic effect occur in a post menopausal population? 6/05 BIRCWH- NIH Women’s Health Symposia- Salt Lake City. Marcus RL, LaStayo PC, Hill L, Dibble L, Williams D, Droge J, McClain D. A High-force, low metabolic-cost resistance intervention: Lessening risk factors for CVD in post-menapausal women with impaired glucose tolerance. 6/05 16th International Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related. Berlin, Germany Dibble LE, LaStayo PC, Marcus RL, Hale T, Droge J, Gerber JP. High intensity negative work reduces bradykinesia while improving balance and quality of life in persons with Parkinson’s disease. 6/05 16th International Congress on Parkinson’s Disease and Related. Berlin, Germany Dibble LE, LaStayo PC, Marcus RL, Hale T, Droge J, Gerber JP. Muscle structure force and function change following high intensity negative work in persons with Parkinson’s disease. 5/05 International Society for Postural and Gait Research XVIIth Conference, Marseille, France. Dibble LE, LaStayo PC, Marcus RL: Improvements of bradykinesia, balance and quality of life in persons with Parkinson’s disease as a result of high intensity eccentric exercise. 2/05 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans. Gerber JP, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Droge J, Burks RT, LaStayo PC: Safety and Feasibility of a High Force Eccentric Resistance Exercise Regime Acutely After Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction. 6/05 Australian Hand Therapy Association National Meeting, Sydney. Prosser R, Herbert R, LaStayo PC: Current practice in the diagnosis and treatment of carpal instability - Results of a 2004 survey of Australian hand therapists. 2/05 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans. Gerber JP, Dibble LE, Droge J, Burks RT, LaStayo PC: The effect of a high intensity negative resistance intervention on muscle structure, function and performance acutely following anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction. 2/05 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans. Dibble L, Hale TF, Gerber JP, Droge J, Marcus RL, LaStayo PC: Muscle force, structure and function change following high intensity negative work in persons with Parkinson’s disease. 2/05 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans. Dibble L, Hale TF, Gerber JP, Droge J, Marcus RL, LaStayo PC: High intensity negative work reduces bradykinesia while improving balance and quality of life in persons with Parkinson’s disease. 2/05 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, New Orleans. Dibble L, Hale TF, Gerber JP, Droge J, Marcus RL, LaStayo PC: The safety and feasibility of a high intensity negative work exercise regime in persons with Parkinson’s disease. Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, 2004. 27(3). 12/04 American Physical Therapy Association-Utah State Meeting, Salt Lake City. LaStayo PC, Marcus RL, Dibble LE, Gerber JP: The positive impact of negative work in rehabilitation. 17
  18. 18. LaStayo updated 1/07 10/04 American Physiologic Society-Intersociety Conference: Integrative Biology of Exercise, Austin TX. Lindstedt S, Reich T, Krebs L, LaStayo PC: Design of muscle for different functions: muscle as a locomotor spring. 2/04 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville. LaStayo PC, McDonagh P, Napoles P, Bartholomew A, Lindstedt SL: Eccentric resistance exercise in a frail- elderly population: the up-regulation of an anabolic mediator, IGF-1, without a preceding muscle damaging event. 2/04 American Physical Therapy Association-Combined Sections Meeting, Nashville. Hayes HA, LaStayo PC, Murline R, Lindstedt SL High force resistance training for individuals with Multiple. Journal of Neurological Physical Therapy. 2003;27(4):186-187. 9/03 American Society of Hand Therapists 2003 Annual Meeting, Hollywood. Battocchio A, Cooper C Falkel L, Cass R, LaStayo PC: Hand Therapy Services on the Navajo Indian Reservation 5/03 American College of Sport Medicine 2003 Annual Meeting, San Francisco. Meyer K, Steiner R, LaStayo PC, Hoppeler H: Eccentric exercise in coronary patients: Central hemodynamic and metabolic responses: a pilot study 4/03 Experimental Biology ’03, San Diego. Reich TE, Lindstedt SL, LaStayo PC, Keim P. Eccentrics and Springs: Individual Molecule to Whole Organism. 11/02 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students, New Orleans. Phillips G, Pierotti D, LaStayo PC, Lindtstedt SL. Effects of high load eccentric exercise on muscle fiber size in elderly individuals. 9/02 American Society of Hand Therapists 2002 Annual Meeting, Ottawa Canada. Lee M, LaStayo P, VonKersburg A: A Supination Splint Worn Distal to the Elbow: A Radiologic, Electromyographic, and Retrospective Report. This paper won the Petzoldt Award for innovative research in hand therapy. 9/02 American Society of Hand Therapists 2002 Annual Meeting, Ottawa Canada. Coverdale J, LaStayo PC, Meynarez L: Does a uni-directional dynamic splint effect bi-directional wrist range of motion ? 4/02 Experimental Biology ‘02, New Orleans. Lindstedt SL, LaStayo PC: Chronic eccentric exercise as a countermeasure for high fall-risk elderly individuals. 2/02 American Physical Therapy Assoc-Combined Section Meeting (Research Section), Boston: LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL, Johns R: Chronic eccentric exercise as a countermeasure for high-fall risk elderly individuals. 2/02 American Physical Therapy Assoc-Combined Section Meeting (Research Section), Boston: LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL, Lipovic D, Fernando F, Johns R, McDonagh P: A chronic progressively increasing high force eccentric exercise protocol in the elderly: no evidence of muscle damage or injury. 1/02 American Association for Hand Surgery, The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, and American Society for Peripheral Nerve's 2001 Annual Meeting, Cancun Mexico. Weiss S, LaStayo PC , Mills A and Bramlet D: Prospective analysis of neoprene and thermoplastic splinting for the first carpometacarpal joint: An objective subjective and radiographic assessment. 1/02 American Association for Hand Surgery, The American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery, and American Society for Peripheral Nerve's Annual Meeting, Cancun Mexico. Michlovitz S, LaStayo PC et al: Distal Radius Fractures: Therapy Practice Patterns 9/01 European Society of Cardiology XXIII Congress, Stockholm, Sweden: LaStayo PC, Lindstedt SL 18
  19. 19. LaStayo updated 1/07 Eccentric Exercise as a Countermeasure in Cardiac Rehabilitation 9/01 International Olympic Committee World Congress on Sport Sciences, Salt Lake City, UT. LaStayo PC, Johns R, McDonagh P and Lindstedt SL: High-force eccentric exercise for sarcopenia. Poster is a finalist for the Prince Alexandre de Merode Award to be announced at the 6th IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, 16-21 September 2001, Salt Lake City, Utah. 10/00 American Society for Surgery of the Hand and American Society of Hand Therapists 2000 Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. LaStayo PC, Wright TW, Weiss S: The GRIT: A quantitative measure of ulnar impaction. This paper won the Petzoldt Award for innovative research in hand therapy as well as the Best Scientific Paper. 11/99 Society of Neuroscience-Arizona Chapter, Flagstaff AZ. LaStayo PC, Pifer J, Pierotti D, Lindstedt S: EMG adaptations to chronic eccentric exercise. 9/99 American Society of Hand Therapists 1999 Annual Meeting, Orlando FL. Weiss S, LaStayo PC, Mills A, Bramlet D: Splinting first CMC joint osteoarthritis: A subjective, objective and radiographic assessment. This paper won the award for Best Research Paper. 4/99 Experimental Biology ‘99, Washington DC. LaStayo PC, Pifer J, Morris R, Hoppeler H, Lindstedt S: Chronic eccentric exercise: Can improvements in strength be uncoupled from the demand for oxygen ? 9/98 American Society of Hand Therapists 1998 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. LaStayo PC, Hartzel J: Dynamic vs static grip strength.Why it is a more functional measure and how to test it. This paper won the Petzoldt Award for innovative research in hand therapy. 9/98 American Society of Hand Therapists 1998 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Flowers KR, Stephens-Chisar J, LaStayo PC: Intra-rater reliability of a new method/instrumentation for measuring pronation and supination. 9/98 American Society of Hand Therapists 1998 Annual Meeting, New Orleans, LA. Poster LaStayo PC, Statham M, Ross R: “Pillow talk” The judicious use of pillows for upper quarter problems. 2/97 American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons 1997 Annual Meeting and Specialty Day of the American Shoulder and Elbow Society. LaStayo PC, Wright T, Jaffe R: Functional Outcome of CPM after a Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Study 9/96 American Society of Hand Therapists 1996 Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA. LaStayo PC, Wright T, Jaffe R: Functional Outcome of CPM after a Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Study 10/95 Florida Orthopedic Society 1995 Annual Meeting, Miami FL LaStayo PC, Wright T, Jaffe R: Functional Outcome of CPM after a Rotator Cuff Repair: A Prospective Randomized Study 5/95 Florida Hand Society 1995 Annual Meeting, Orlando FL. Altomare P, LaStayo PC, Dell PC: Clinical Examination Using a Grip Dynamometer to Identify Ulnar Impaction Syndrome. 2/95 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 1995 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, Poster: Dockery M, Wright T, LaStayo PC: EMG Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Function During Shoulder Rehabilitation. 1/95 American Association of Hand Surgeons 1995 Annual Meeting, Marco Island, FL LaStayo PC, Chidgey L, Miller G: A Quantitative Analysis of the Relationship between Wrist/Forearm Movements and Grip Strength: Preliminary Results 10/94 Florida Orthopaedic Society 1995 Annual Meeting, Naples, FL Dockery M, Wright T, LaStayo PC: EMG Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Function During Shoulder Rehabilitation. 19
  20. 20. LaStayo updated 1/07 9/94 American Society of Hand Therapists 1994 Annual Meeting, Washington, D.C. LaStayo PC, Howell J: Clinical provocative tests used in evaluating wrist pain: A descriptive study. This paper won the award for Best Research Paper. 5/94 Florida Hand Society 1994 Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL LaStayo PC, Chidgey L, Miller G: How Forearm Movements Effect Grip Strength 10/93 American Society of Hand Therapists 1993 Annual Meeting, Kansas City, KS Flowers KR, LaStayo PC:The Effects of Total End Range Time (TERT) on Treating Stiffness. This paper won the Petzoldt Award for innovative research in hand therapy. 6/93 University of Florida, 1993 Orthopaedic Research Day, Gainesville, FL Dockery M, Wright T, LaStayo PC: EMG Evaluation of Rotator Cuff Function During Shoulder Rehabilitation. 6/93 Florida Hand Society 1993 Annual Meeting, Palm Beach, FL Flowers KR, LaStayo PC: The Effects of Stress Duration on Stress-Deprived Tissues: Using a Clinical Model. 11/92 American Society of Hand Therapists 1992 Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ LaStayo PC, Wheeler D: Reliability of Wrist Range of Motion Measurements: A Multicenter Study 5/92 Florida Hand Society 1992 Annual Meeting, Daytona, FL LaStayo PC: Validity of Clinical Tests for Perilunate Instability 5/91 Florida Hand Society 1991 Annual Meeting, Key Biscayne, FL LaStayo PC: Biological Rationale for Splinting the Stiff Shoulder 20
  21. 21. LaStayo updated 1/07 APPOINTED EDITORIAL POSITIONS 2006 Editor-in-Chief: Journal of Hand Therapy (Start Date 7/07) 2002-present Associate Editor: Journal of Orthopaedic and Sport Physical Therapy Editorial Board Member 1998-present Assistant Editor: Journal of Hand Therapy Chairman-Author Advisory Board, J Hand Therapy 1995-present Ad hoc reviewer: *Physical Therapy *Journal of Orthopaedic and Sports Physical Therapy *Medicine and Science in Sport and Exercise *Journal of Hand Therapy *Journal of Hand Surgery *Journal of Applied Physiology *Canadian Journal of Applied Physiology *Journal of Experimental Biology *Journal of Biomechanics *Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences *Gerontology: Internat J Exp Clin Gerontol *American Journal of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation *Neuromuscular Disorders *Physiotherapy *Age and Ageing *Journal of American Geriatrics Association *Muscle Nerve 2004 LaStayo PC: Editor special issue on the hand. J Ortho Sport Phys Ther 34:2004 1996 LaStayo PC, Chidgey L: Editors, The Wrist. J Hand Ther 9:1996 1995-present Editorial Board Member: Journal of Hand Therapy GRANT REVIEW PANELS (National and International) 2006-present National Institutes of Health- Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation Sciences (MRS) ad hoc member 2003-2005 American Physical Therapy Association: Orthopaedic Section Research Grant 2003-2005 Swiss National Science Foundation-NRP: Musculoskeletal Health - Chronic Pain 2002.2003 American Association for Hand Surgery- Annual Grant 1998 American Association of Hand Therapists- Burkhalter Research Grant CONSULTANT Eccentron, LLC. Denver, CO W.L. Gore and Associates, Inc., Flagstaff, AZ AUDIOVISUALS LaStayo PC, Wright T: Cadaveric Anatomy and Assessment of the Shoulder. (60 min video) Current Clinical Concepts, Radnor, PA 1993. PATENTS (in conjunction with Arizona Board of Regents) 1) Method and apparatus for torque-controlled eccentric exercise training. a. Europe: 01916341-2318-US106660 2) Method and apparatus for speed controlled eccentric exercise training a. United States: Patent# 7083547 (issue date 8/1/06) 3) Dynamic Supinated Splint: a. Pending Application PCT/US2004/009069: filed March 24 2004 21
  22. 22. LaStayo updated 1/07 NATIONAL POSITIONS, ORGANIZATIONS AND COMMITTEES AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR SURGERY OF THE HAND Director- Vargas Traveling Fellowship 2003 Chairman Hand Therapy 2000-01 Chair-elect Hand Therapy 2000 Affiliate Director 1999-01 Vice-Chair Hand Therapy 1999-01 Natl Mtg Program Committee ’01-‘02 Co-Chair Therapy Day Committee ’01-‘02 Education Committee ’01-‘02 Natl Mtg Scientific Poster Committee 1999-present AMERICAN PHYSICAL THERAPY ASSOCIATION: Ortho, hand, research sections 1987-present Ortho Section: International Classification and Practice Guidelines Task Force 2005-06 Natl Mtg proposal and abstract reviewer 1996-2002, 2004-2007 CSM- Research abstract reviewer 2004-2006 Arizona Physical Therapy Assoc Member 1995-2003 AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HAND THERAPISTS: Member 1987-present Member-Board of Director- Ex officio 2007-present Scientific Session Committee/Moderator 1995, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2005 Burkhalter Research Grant Review Committee 1998 Lifetime Awards Committee 1996 Education Task Force 2006 Education Ad-Hoc Committee Member 2003 Clinical Assessment Recommendation Committee 2003, 04, 05 AMERICAN COLLEGE OF SPORTS MEDICINE Member 1995-present AMERICAN PHYSIOLOGICAL SOCIETY Member 1995-present THE GERONTOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA Member 2003-present 22

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